Mengying Shi, PhD
Mengying Shi completed her PhD in Medical Physics from the University of Massachusetts Lowell in 2020. Her doctoral research focused on a GPU-accelerated method for fast MV image simulation and the associated implementation on MV cone-beam CT and multi-layer imager optimization. Mengying received her B.S. and M.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, where her thesis focused on a novel diagnostic kit for rapid quantitative measurements of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). Mengying worked as a junior medical physicist in the Radiation Oncology department of Shanghai 6 People's Hospital from 2012 to 2015.
Mengying joined the Stanford University Physics Residency in 2020.
- Shi M, Myronakis M E, Jacobson M W, Ferguson D, Williams C, Lehmann M, Baturin P, Huber P, Fueglistaller R, xValencia Lozano I, Williams C, Morf D and Berbeco R I 2020 "GPU-accelerated Monte Carlo simulation of MV-CBCT" Phys Med Biol
- Shi M, Myronakis M E, Jacobson M W, Lehmann M, Ferguson D, Baturin P, Huber P, Fueglistaller R, Harris T, Valencia Lozano I, Williams C, Morf D and Berbeco R I 2020 "A rapid, accurate image simulation strategy for mega-voltage cone-beam computed tomography" Phys Med Biol
- Shi M, Myronakis M, Hu Y H, Jacobson M, Lehmann M, Fueglistaller R, Huber P, Baturin P, Wang A, Ferguson D, Harris T, Morf D and Berbeco R 2019 "A novel method for fast image simulation of flat panel detectors" Phys Med Biol 64 095019
- Shi M, Myronakis M, Hu Y H, Morf D, Rottmann J and Berbeco R 2018 "A Monte Carlo study of the impact of phosphor optical properties on EPID imaging performance" Phys Med Biol 63 165013
- Stieler F, Wenz F, Shi M and Lohr F 2013 "A novel surface imaging system for patient positioning and surveillance during radiotherapy" Strahlentherapie und Onkologie 189(11), 938-944